There are so many things you can do with your smartphone, regardless of which operating system you use. Your smartphone is essential a miniature computer, which means you can use it to browse the web, stream music and download apps galore. You can also share videos with certain apps.
The power of seeing a video adds much more when you’re trying to share important information, or simply get a friend to laugh from a silly video of yourself. These video sharing apps help you connect with others on a unique level. We recommend you use this post as a starting point when finding the video apps that work best with your personalized needs.
Below is a detailing of the give best video sharing apps for your smartphone:
List of 5 Best Video Sharing Apps
Klip Video Sharing
Klip Video Sharing is a free app and allows you to enjoy short videos and share them with your friends, family members and other contacts quickly and easily. Capture and save larger videos of any length on your phone that you can view, upload and share for free as well. You can also conveniently share any and all of your videos to your favorite social networking websites simply by touching a single button. There are unlimited free uploads, you can get real-time updates when your contacts post their own videos, preview any video by swiping on it with a finger and more.
Update:- The Klip app is now removed from Play Store.
Keek is a free app that allows you to record, watch and share your own personal videos from your iPhone or Android smartphone. It is fun easy and quick to share any video with your contacts or on social networking websites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Keek is considered the most active social network that involves video sharing. Connect with new people, keep in the social loop with friends and family and update them in real-time with your most currently videos.
VMS — Video Messenger
VMS — Video Messenger is a free app that allows you to send both video and instant messages from your Android smartphone. Record a video and quickly share it with any of your contacts. It is fun to use and is an excellent way to stay in touch with the people closest to you.
Qik is a free app for Sprint Users that allows you to record and instantly share videos with your family members, friends and associates, no matter where in the world they reside. You can share your videos by SMS, email or through social networking websites directly from your phone and view videos your contacts have shared as well.
Update: This app is removed now.
Video Diary is a free app for Windows Phone smartphones that allows you to quickly and easily record your own videos. You can upload them to cloud services such as SkyDrive.
You will find any of these apps very much to your liking. Try out those that are compatible with your particular smartphone and download the one that best suits your video sharing needs.
We encourage you to let us know what video app works best for you. Are there any good ones out there that we should have mentioned above?
Author Bio:- Guest Post from Ryan Harris: Ryan is an eager tech blogger from rural North Carolina who has an interest in making sure everyone is aware of the tech options out there that can help make your life a tad more enjoyable – from satellite Internet options to video sharing apps.